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    Increasing The Diversity of Life: The DOE’s Genome Project

    Increasing The Diversity of Life: The DOE’s Genome Project Delving into the depths of newly published science in the field of biotechnology, welcome to Bioscription. The diversity of life on Earth is staggering to attempt to comprehend in its entirety. And the species that we are already aware of likely are but a fraction of […] More

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    How To Control GMOs: Biocontainment and Genetically Modified Bacteria

    How To Control GMOs: Biocontainment and Genetically Modified Bacteria Delving into the depths of newly published science in the field of biotechnology, welcome to Bioscription. When dealing with bacteria in a lab setting, it is often a requirement to ensure that the risk of the bacteria escaping from containment is as minimized as possible. This […] More

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    Special Plant Cells Act As Brain Processing For Environmental Responses

    Special Plant Cells Act As Brain Processing For Environmental Responses Delving into the depths of newly published science in the field of biotechnology, welcome to Bioscription. The key to helping plants grow is to understand the mechanisms behind and inside their growth, to learn why they decided to sprout at one time over another and […] More

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    It’s Time to Stop Advocating for Violence

    Originally posted on matthewoneil.org Before I start getting into this post, there are a few things I want to emphasize: 1) If someone is in a position of being threatened, in whatever way that may come, they should have every right to defend themselves. 2) People come from different backgrounds, which means they have experiences […] More

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    Bioelectricity In Regrown Worm Heads Teaches Body Part Regeneration

    Bioelectricity In Regrown Worm Heads Teaches Body Part Regeneration Delving into the depths of newly published science in the field of biotechnology, welcome to Bioscription. A long-term goal of medicine in the big picture has been developing the field of regenerative medicine in order to work toward growing replacement organs for patients. This process has […] More

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    CRISPR Gene Drive Resistance Due To Inbreeding And Mutations

    CRISPR Gene Drive Resistance Due To Inbreeding And Mutations Delving into the depths of newly published science in the field of biotechnology, welcome to Bioscription. In a previous article, we discussed how CRISPR is not almighty and that organisms can evolve resistance to the changes made to their genome. The simplest method for them to […] More

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    Controlling Schistosomiasis Parasites By Learning How To Kill Snails

    Controlling Schistosomiasis Parasites By Learning How To Kill Snails Delving into the depths of newly published science in the field of biotechnology, welcome to Bioscription. There are far more dangerous and lethal diseases out there than one usually thinks about. Gruesome conditions brought on by bacteria, viruses, and, often the most directly disgusting of all, […] More

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    Carnivorous, Flowering Bladderwort Reveals Depths of Gene Duplication

    Carnivorous, Flowering Bladderwort Reveals Depths of Gene Duplication Delving into the depths of newly published science in the field of biotechnology, welcome to Bioscription. Genetics can get weird. Especially so in plants, which are more conducive to hybridization and duplications of their entire genome. Polyploidy, as such a duplication is called, is often rampant across […] More

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    Why Don’t Damaging Mutations Kill Off Humanity And Complex Life?

    Why Don’t Damaging Mutations Kill Off Humanity And Complex Life? Delving into the depths of newly published science in the field of biotechnology, welcome to Bioscription. How is humanity still alive? How is most complex life still going in the first place? Biologically speaking, the number of genetic mutations we have with every generation that […] More

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    Resurrecting Ancient Proteins To Fight Back Against Modern Viruses

    Resurrecting Ancient Proteins To Fight Back Against Modern Viruses Delving into the depths of newly published science in the field of biotechnology, welcome to Bioscription. Viruses have a variety of tactics they employ in their attacks on bacteria, plants, and animals like us. Their ultimate goal is to hijack the systems of the cell and […] More

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    A New Class of CRISPR Detailed and Its Variants Discovered

    A New Class of CRISPR Detailed and Its Variants Discovered Delving into the depths of newly published science in the field of biotechnology, welcome to Bioscription. Revelations on new types of CRISPR classes and proteins continue to be found with every new month of research. This isn’t a surprising fact, as CRISPR is a system […] More

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    Investigating The Tea Genome And How To Make More Flavorful Tea

    Investigating The Tea Genome And How To Make More Flavorful Tea Delving into the depths of newly published science in the field of biotechnology, welcome to Bioscription. Even more so than coffee, tea is the most popular drink in the world, barring alcohol itself. Its history stretches back thousands of years and across dozens of […] More

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